Community Participation Program Status - Phase III

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Midtown Phillips
Strategy
Funds Approved
Funds Contracted
Funds
Available
to Contract
Citation
Name
CPP
NRP
Rollover
Community
Innovation
Fund
Program
Income
Total
Contract
Number
Funds
Under
Contract
Vendor
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
1.1.1 2011 Engagement Efforts $48,618.00       $48,618.00
Total
30058
$48,618
$48,618
 
Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association
 
1.1.3 2014-16 Engagement Efforts $169,087.79       $169,087.79
Total
38034
$169,088
$169,088
 
Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association
 
1.4 2017-19 Engagement Efforts $110,718.00       $110,718.00
Total
41836
$110,718
$110,718
 
Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association
 
NEIGHBORHOOD PRIORITIES
2.1.1 Reserve $80,429.06       $80,429.06 Total 
$80,429
2.1.2 Midtown Phillips Safety Center $10,000.00       $10,000.00
Total
37262
$10,000
$10,000
 
Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association
 
2.1.3 Phillips Community Center Pool $50,000.00       $50,000.00 Total 
$50,000
2.1.4 Affordable Housing Development $30,000.00       $30,000.00
Total
41135
$15,000
$15,000
 
PRG, Inc.
$15,000
2.1.4 East 26th St Traffic Calming           Total 
 
COMMUNITY INNOVATION FUND
3.1.1 2015 CIF Somali Radio Program     $26,000.00   $26,000.00
Total
40133
$26,000
$26,000
 
Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association
 
TOTAL$498,852.85   $26,000.00   $524,852.85   $379,424   $145,429

Neighborhood Priorities
Primary Public Contact
Status
Stage
2.1.2 Midtown Phillips Safety Center ImplementationImplementation began 8/30/2017
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2.1.3 Phillips Community Center Pool The renovation of the Phillips Aquatic Facility will result in a functioning, renovated swimming pool in the Phillips Community Center. The pool was closed in 2008, but recent efforts to reintroduce swimming and water exercise, along with a particular focus on learn to swim activities, have resulted in the MPRB's efforts to renovate the existing six-lane pool, construct a new zero-depth entry teaching pool, upgrade and expand locker room facilities, and make other improvements supporting swim activities at the Phillips Community Center. The project shall also include upgrades or replacement of all mechanical and electrical systems, including those related to the pool.Assessment as of 7/1/2015
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2.1.4 Affordable Housing Development Neighborhood Priority is approvedImplementation began 8/3/2016
3
2.1.4 East 26th St Traffic Calming NCR Neighborhood Support : Robert ThompsonNeighborhood Priority is approvedApproved on 8/29/2016
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Midtown Phillips Community Participation Program Status (SU-10 P3) run on 09/26/2017 at 1:08 PM
N-Neighborhood is 69 Midtown Phillips
STAGES
1. Approved by the City for further development by the neighborhood and public staff
2. Assessment is underway by the neighborhood and public staff to determine course of action
3. Implementation has begun - a course of action has been determined and resources have been identified
4. Completed